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Paranormal shock-trauma at excite.com
Fri Oct 17 16:55:50 EST 2003


Methanol blinds the left eye by paralzying the cells that make up its lens

shock-trauma at excite.com (Paranormal) wrote in message news:<b3bb3ec.0310162045.65807c86 at posting.google.com>...
> Measles (encephalitis) virus infects cells of walls of cappilaries
> supplying the brain. The virus does not kill those cells but irritates
> them to cancer by violently scrathing and itching them!
> 
> The symptoms are:
> 
> 1. Intense dull "creepy" ache in the upper back of the head (usually
> worse on left)
> 
> 2. Inability to move or speak (marked by catatonic paralysis) 
> 
> 3. Stereophonic unilateral auditory misperceptions (altered hearing,
> deafness, tinnitus [perception of a CRT-like high-pitched sine-wave
> tone], and auditory hallucination that differ in one ear from the
> other ear)
> 
> 4. Impaired balance; loss of balance; hallucinations involving sense
> of balance (including vertigo); extreme dizziness
> 
> 5. A fever of 109 F
> 
> 6. Involuntary movements and vocalizations (aka convulsions)
> 
> 7. Altered level of awareness; Loss of awareness
> 
> 8. Dramatically shortened sense of time ("time flys!")
> 
> 9. Creepy sense of anger that loses control
> 
> 10. Memory loss; false memories; altered memories
> 
> 11. Frightening symptoms of sleep paralysis set in
> 
> 12. Coma
> 
> 13. Death from flaccid paralysis of cardiac muscles
> 
> 
> Shingles virus infects neurons in the motor area of the upper spinal
> cord (in the neck level). This sadistic virus kills those neurons!
> Symptoms are:
> 
> 1. Catatonic paralysis marked by inabiliy to move or speak
> (terrifying; resembles sleep paralysis)
> 
> 
> 
> Rabies virus infects cerebral neurons. It kills them by brutally
> kicking their gut nuclei! Symptoms are similar to measles except they
> are much more sudden, intense, and short-lasting!



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